03 Aug 2019
"Eden, the origin of everything?"
No, mankind's history starts centuries earlier. Only a few souls remember the epoche before Eden. Crowley is one of them. The highest authority herself dooms him to keep it secret. Even in front of Aziraphale he can't open up. The memories constantly eat further into his soul.
If he opened up to his partner, who knows if he could handle the true story of his fall?
When an old friend pays the demon a visit, the fate of earth starts to vaguely saunter downwards again. Omega is near.
History dares to repeat itself. Crowley is forced to break his silence for saving his angel's life.
Nobody could have imagined the real outcome of the story.
- Part 2 of This could be heaven or hell
03 Aug 2019
"Until the ashes of Eden fall"
A statement whose meaning undergoes a drastic change over the centuries Aziraphale and Crowley have known each other.
The Second World War was a rough time for people angels, not for demons, who rather danced on the pen of a hand grenade. Except for one. Crowley. Why? Because his fate was interwoven with the one of a special angel and it was precisely this angel who had to be saved.
The demon is forced to face the ugliest side of mankind, which swallows him whole, like the purgatory once did.
Every superior power seems to have turned away from them.
Captured in his own fight, Crowley tries to save the most important treasure in his life.
However, what will happen until the Ashes of Eden fall?
- Part 1 of This could be heaven or hell